Day 3: Attack on Ukraine Live Updates

According to the International News Agency AP, Putin could also use nuclear weapons if war started with Western countries.

Ukraine claims it shot down a Russian plane.  150 Russian paratroopers were on board this plane.

Britain ordered the seizure of all assets of Putin and his foreign minister, Sergei Lavrov.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said that Russia has no intention of occupying Ukraine. Moscow is ready to negotiate if the Ukrainian army lays down arms.

Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said Russian troops would attack the capital Kiev tonight. He appealed to the citizens to jump into the war.

The US has issued a Level-4 warning travel advisory for citizens traveling to Ukraine, in which citizens have been warned not to go to sensitive places.

Canada and the European Union have called for Russia to be pulled out of the SWIFT payment system.

France offered to send 300 million euros in aid and military equipment to Ukraine.

Today is the third day of Russia's attack on Ukraine. On Saturday, there were explosions in all important cities of Ukraine.